June 4, 2007
Baltimore, Md. - Three Loyola College men's lacrosse seniors were chosen in the 2007 Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Collegiate Draft, and will represent the Greyhounds on the professional lacrosse level. Andrew Spack, Dan Kallaugher and Michael Graham were all selected in the draft at the beginning of the weekend.
Spack, a two-time All-America selection and first-team All-ECAC honoree at Loyola, was the first to go. He was an early second-round pick for Rochester and the 13th overall pick in the draft.
Kallaugher, a face-off specialist who in one season at Evergreen dominated the x and ranked among the nation's best in both face-off win percentage and groundballs, also went in the second round. A first-team All-ECAC selection and one of the NCAA's top all-time face-off men by win percentage, Kallaugher went to Chicago with the 20th overall selection.
In the fourth round, Loyola defensive specialist Michael Graham was chosen by Philadelphia. Graham was a four-year starter at Evergreen, taking the top match-up week-in and week-out for the `Hounds.
2007 MLL Collegiate Draft Loyola Selections
Round 440) Philadelphia - Michael Graham (D) Loyola